Namish Modi

    Namish Modi

  • Twitter reacts to Marcus Stroman's WBC gem

    It’s hard to think of a better way to get ready for a long, grueling season than to pitch an absolute gem with the world watching.

  • Blackhawks prospect DeBrincat makes OHL history

    Otters star Alex DeBrincat made Ontario Hockey League history on Monday, recording his 50th and 51st goals of the season en route to Erie’s 14th consecutive win.

  • Kevin Durant's mom trolls Thunder fans on Twitter

    Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant goes up for an unopposed dunk. Wanda Durant took to Twitter to get one last laugh at the expense of Oklahoma City Thunder fans on Monday after her son Kevin Durant bested his former squad in his return to Chesapeake Energy Arena. Thunder fans, as expected, showered Durant with boos as he face off against the Thunder on Saturday.

  • Stars poke fun at NBA's new social media policy

    The Dallas Stars were all smiles before collapsing against the Predators on Sunday. The Dallas Stars had some fun trolling on Twitter this weekend, something NBA teams will be doing a lot less of now under the league’s modified social media policy. The NBA sent out memos to all 30 teams prohibiting them from “mocking or ridiculing” other teams or officials, so the Stars responded by taking a shot at both the league and their opponent on Sunday, the Nashville Predators.

  • Eric Lindros finally puts on Quebec Nordiques jersey for first time

    Twenty-six years after being drafted by the Quebec Nordiques, Eric Lindros put on the jersey for the first time. In a picture we’d thought we’d never see, the Flyers legend donned the red, white, and blue on CBC Radio Canada’s “Tout le monde en parle.”  The episode of the Quebec-based talk show will air on Sunday Feb. 12. Lindros, who was inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016, famously didn’t sign a contract with Quebec after they drafted him first overall in 1991.

  • Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar featured on Canadian cover of R.B.I. Baseball 2017

    Kevin Pillar has a habit of making video game-like catches, so it’s only fitting he’ll be on the cover of one. On Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced the Blue Jays centre fielder has been named as the cover player for the Canadian edition of R.B.I. Baseball 2017. A behind the scenes video shared by MLB shows Pillar, nicknamed “Superman,” decked out in Toronto’s Canada Day red jersey on the game over. Blue Jays’ pitcher Marcus Stroman was on the Canadian cover of R.B.I. Baseball 2016.

  • Genie Bouchard agreed to date fan if Patriots won - and then they did

    Just like everyone else, Eugenie Bouchard thought the Super Bowl was over at halftime. As it were, her lack of confidence in Tom Brady may have paved the way for one fan’s date of a lifetime.

  • Canada disqualified from Davis Cup after Shapovalov drills umpire in face

    Canadian teen Denis Shapovalov let his emotions get the best of him Sunday, and it cost his nation dearly. The 17-year-old accidentally drilled the umpire in the face with the ball after losing a point to Great Britain’s Kyle Edmund, resulting in a default loss for Canada in the rubber match of the Davis Cup tie. Shapovalov, who resides in Richmond Hill, Ont., dropped the first two sets of the match 6-3, 6-4, and was trailing 2-1 before his colossal meltdown.

  • Jets star Scheifele gets crushed on hit of the year candidate

    Mark Scheifele is in the midst of a career season, but on Saturday he had the lowlight his year in the form of a bone-crunching hit from Nikita Zadorov of the Colorado Avalanche. The 6’4″ defenceman absolutely crushed the Winnipeg Jets top centre with a clean, shoulder-to-chest hit midway through the third period, a definite candidate for hit of the year. Tempers flared on both sides after the collision, and Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba took particular exception to what looked to be a clean hit.

  • NFL releases the most adorable Super Bowl ad

    The NFL doesn’t usually fare well in the court of public opinion, but it’s impossible to hate on the ad they created for Super Bowl 51.

  • 'Bad Lip Reading' returns for brilliant edition before Super Bowl

    A long week of Super Bowl hype, dominated by discourse on President Trump’s notorious travel ban, just got a dose of levity ahead of the big game.

  • Pronger to have 'hearing' after epic hit on Bieber

    Chris Pronger is facing possible repercussions for his epic bodycheck on Justin Bieber during Saturday’s All-Star Celebrity Shootout. One day after the 6-foot-6 defenceman squished the Canadian pop star up against the glass for one of the greatest hockey photos ever, Pronger’s colleague at the department of player safety issued an “official” statement on the hilarious highlight.

  • Kevin Garnett names Toronto as top distraction city in NBA

    One former NBA legend gave some serious love to Toronto on his show Friday. Kevin Garnett named the home of the Raptors has his top NBA “distraction city” on his show “KG’s Area 21” on Friday. The 15-time all-star discussed the top five NBA “distraction cities” with former player Rasheed Wallace as his guest co-host .

  • Chris Davis rips Jose Bautista at Orioles FanFest

    Orioles slugger Chris Davis may have become the most popular man in Baltimore on Saturday.

  • Watch: Justin Bieber crushed into glass by Chris Pronger

    Justin Bieber had his fair share of memorable moments at the NHL All-Star Celebrity game on Saturday.

  • Steve Mason replaces young goalie's stolen equipment

    Steve Mason of the Philadelphia Flyers has had an eventful week off the ice. Steve Mason was doing more then just stopping pucks for the Philadelphia Flyers this week. The veteran goaltender also helped a 13-year-old goalie in need whose gear was stolen on Monday.

  • Drake to host, produce inaugural NBA Awards Show

    He may represent the Raptors as their Global Ambassador, but Drake’s latest endeavour with the NBA has the Toronto rapper setting his sights on the entire league.

  • UFC's Rothwell has choice words for Ronda Rousey

    DECEMBER 30: Ronda Rousey exits the Octagon after her loss to Amanda Nunes of Brazil in their UFC women’s bantamweight championship bout during the UFC 207 event on December 30, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UFC heavyweight fighter Ben Rothwell had some choice words about Ronda Rousey, and boy, he didn’t hold back. According to MMA Junkie, Rothwell wasn’t impressed with Rousey’s media blackout before her fight against Amanda Nunez, who knocked out the former champ in just 48 seconds at UFC 207.

  • Mike Tyson to train Chris Brown for fight vs. Soulja Boy

    50 Cent is pulling out all the stops to help Chris Brown in his upcoming fight vs. Soulja Boy.